11 October 02003

Eno on the Long Now

For one week from the time of this posting you can hear an interview with Brian Eno in which he discusses the Long Now Foundation (as discussed here a few days ago), and his exploration of bell sounds as 'demonstrations' for the 10,000 year clock project. (Don't be put off if the radio stream starts with an arts review programme: the Eno interview starts about 27 minutes in and runs for 30 minutes.)

Eno again manages to make the ideas provocative and moving. With luck the interview should be archived after 17 October on the BBC Radio 3 Mixing It page — try clicking on the pull-down menu near the bottom of the page (at the time of writing).

Posted by David Jennings in section(s) Long Now on 11 October 02003 | TrackBack

The interview is now available via http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/world/enointerview.shtml.

Posted by: David Jennings on 12 November 02003 at 10:22 PM

Update: The Radio 3 web site has been redesigned; the interview is now available at http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/newmusic/mixingit_interviews.shtml.

Posted by: David Jennings on 31 December 02004 at 5:19 PM
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